Corvette Stingray

Author: Larry Edsall
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 0760343845
Size: 10.45 MB
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"The definitive, GM-licensed companion book for the autumn 2013 launch of the seventh-generation Corvette, a car that continues to define and re-define the American sports car."-Provided by publisher.


Author: Randy Leffingwell
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760346631
Size: 47.56 MB
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Originally published in 2012 under title: Corvette: sixty years.

Marketing Strategy Loose Leaf Version

Author: O. C. Ferrell
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337296511
Size: 37.93 MB
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The 1957 Corvette achieved a reputation for speed, achieving 60 miles per hour (
mph) in 5.7 seconds. The Corvette had embarked upon its reputation as “
America's sports car.” Chevrolet attempted to position the Corvette as a
combination of sportiness and luxury. For instance, one of its early taglines was “
looks like a sports car ... feels like a sports car ... performs like a sports car ... how
come it's a luxury car?” The Corvette has gone through seven generations, with
each successive ...

Art Of The Corvette Limited Edition

Author: Randy Leffingwell
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 9780760347836
Size: 60.10 MB
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Only 500 units of this limited edition version will be offered, each numbered and signed by the author and encased in a special presentation box with an exclusive high-quality art print.

Strategic Reinvention In Popular Culture

Author: Richard Pfefferman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137373199
Size: 70.59 MB
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Chevy kept the Corvette as a niche-market, two-passenger sports car, boosting
the Corvette as the primary embodiment of American driving excitement for
speed enthusiasts, thrill-seekers, and males in midlife looking for a way to
recapture their ... flagship model, even incorporating a dual-colored seat to
enhance the resemblance of the bike to its “free-spirited” namesake.3 Chevy
waited until 1963 to produce its “second-generation” line of Corvettes, epitomized
by the classic Stingray.

Corvette America S Sports Car

Author: Jay Koblenz
ISBN: 9780881761863
Size: 27.24 MB
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Handling, though, was improved by the addition of wider, seven-inch- wide
wheels. This plus the special ... And the division was particularly stung by Car
and Driver's scathing criti- The '69 edition was marked by the return of the
Stingray name plus chrome-framed fender vents and a new dashboard pouch.
cism. ... The fifth-generation body was seven inches longer overall than the Sting
Ray, most of it in front overhang, even though the wheelbase remained
unchanged at 98 inches.

100 Greatest Sports Cars

Author: Consumer Guide
Publisher: Pubns Intl Ltd
ISBN: 9780785319603
Size: 38.70 MB
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fhevy's third-generation Corvette began life as one of the world's fiercest sports
cars. It ended life something less, but it was so right for the times that its
popularity grew as its performance declined. Chassis and engines were
essentially carryovers from the 1963-67 series and mated with a new seven-inch-
longer body inspired by the '65 Mako Shark II show car. Convertible ... But this
was the only American automobile designed for serious handling and ruthless
acceleration. Whether it ...